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THE DANO-GERMAN WAR.

i EFFORTS OF ENGLAND TO AVERT…

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THE STORM TNG OF MISSUNDE.

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THE STORM TNG OF MISSUNDE. I'LKN'.sBcni;, Wednesday, 10.30 a.m. o??1 a hundred wounded arrived here this morning from Th ^Hssnnde yesterday. treated0*15"13 "ero rePuIsed four times, and finally re- PRI PRUSSIAN HEAD-QUARTERS, Wednesday Morning. fi>« oft Frederick Charles of Prussia employed 74 guns in me attack upon Missunde yesterday. Highness was convinced that the Danes would vance ser'ous resistance to the Austrian and Prussian ad- Th encaffI~Were nearly 100 killed and wounded in yesterday's cement. The troops behaved with great valour. tire e Tanguard and the 11th Infantry Brigade was under Misstmde was in flame?. -ft, RBNDSBCRO, Wednesday. wer« >Ttta'sh prisoners taken in the attack upon Missunde Drought in here yesterday afternoon.

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